CHEMISTRY HIGH SCHOOL

________ is a moral theory which holds that individuals must decide what is ethical based on their own feelings about what is right and wrong.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer: Ethical relativism

Explanation:

 The ethical relativism is one of the moral theory concept which basically holding the morality that is relative as compared to the culture norms.

The ethical relativism basically explain about that the different society have their different types of beliefs and morals that is influence by the culture.

According to the given question, the ethical relativism is one of the ethical based decisions that is taken by the individual own feelings that what is wrong and also right.  

 Therefore, Ethical relativism is the correct answer.  

 


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Soap is made of molecules with atoms that share electrons equally at one end and atoms that have a slight charge at the other end. Which could be soluble in soap? A.
ammonia, which is a polar substance with four slightly charged atoms
B.
vegetable oil, which is a nonpolar substance with atoms that share electrons equally
C.
both because soap is part polar and part nonpolar

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C

Ammonia, because it’s a polar molecule, will get attracted to the hydrophilic end while the vegetable oil (non-polar) will interact with the hydrophilic end.  Both, therefore have the capacity to dissolve in soap due to the amphipathic properties of soap.

Explanation:

Soap can be categorized as having amphipathic properties. Soap can be composed of fatty-acid chains co-joined with sodium/potassium ions. The fatty acid chains act as hydrophobic ends while the fatty acid acts as the hydrophilic end. This is why soap is a good washing agent The hydrophilic end attached to the ‘dirt’ that needs to be washed away, while the hydrophilic end interacts with the water molecules. Rinsing then washes away the soap including the ‘dirt’.

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Nonmetals are generally ____. a) on the left side of the periodic table
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D makes the most sense because not all non metals are on the left side of the periodic table, nonmetals are not good at conducting electricity, and they r not uncommon elements.
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its D! hope it helps!

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Explanation:

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